77 Meeting of e Advisory Committee for Scotland, 27 February , held at e Ofcom Scotland office, 125 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4AD. Present: Liz Leonard Chair. David Connolly Member. Laura Anderson Member. Carmel Teusner Member. Stephen Speirs Member. Amanda Britain Consumer Panel Member for Scotland. , · Ofcom today announced e appointment of two new members of its Advisory Committee for Scotland. ey are Jessica McBea, an Online Harms and Digital Citizenship Consultant and Elizabe Partyka, a former Managing Director at STV Productions and a current member of e Screen Committee of Screen Scotland. Meeting of e Ofcom Advisory Committee for Scotland held at e Ofcom Scotland Offices, 125 Princes Street, Edinburgh. Wednesday 26 – .30-16.00. Present: Liz Leonard – Chair ACS David Connolly – ACS. Laura Anderson – ACS. Meeting of e Ofcom Advisory Committee for Scotland held at e Ofcom Scotland Offices, 125 Princes Street, Edinburgh ursday 21 e – .30-3.40pm Present: Liz Leonard – Chair ACS John Trower – ACS Carmel Teusner – ACS David Connolly – ACS Laura Anderson – ACS Amanda Britain – ACS (Consumer Panel Member for Scotland). ‘ e Advisory Committee for Scotland advises Ofcom about e interests and opinions, in relation to communications matters, of persons living in Scotland.’1 e response from e ACS. We wish to appoint up to 3 members to our Advisory Committee for Scotland wi starting dates to be staggered between Autumn and e first half of as existing Committee members' terms end. e Advisory Committee provides advice to Ofcom about e interests and opinions of people living in Scotland and its diverse communities on communications matters. e Advisory Committee for Scotland advises Ofcom about e interests and opinions, in relation to communications matters, of people living in Scotland. Find out more about its role and members. Key publications. Connected Nations. Connected Nations : Scotland (PDF, 1.1 MB). e co-regulatory bodies overseen by Ofcom are e Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (BCAP) and e Advertising Standards Au ority (Broadcast) (ASA(B.. Ofcom and e co-regulatory bodies have provisionally agreed changes to e scope of e AAC to allow e AAC to advise on advertising more widely. e Committee will meet at .00 am in Committee Room 2.. Ofcom’s Second Public Service Broadcasting Review: e Committee will take evidence on e first phase from— Vicki Nash, Director, Ofcom Scotland. Stet Purvis, Partner, Content and Standards, Ofcom. omas Prag, Chair, Ofcom Advisory Committee for. e Advisory Committee for Scotland welcomes is call for evidence by e CTEERC. In no sense does ACS represent e views of Ofcom. However, it draws on e collective knowledge and expertise of e Advisory Committee for Scotland, informed by discussion at our meetings, e agendas and minutes of which are available on e Ofcom website. Context. Ofcom - Main Board Member for Scotland Announced. Body: Ofcom: Appointing Department: e successful candidate must be prepared to commit to one to two days per week. In addition to attending meetings of e Board, e new member will be expected to serve on one or more Board Committees (including e Audit, Remuneration and Nominations. Apr , · Ofcom yesterday (27 February ) announced e appointment of Liza Leonard and Ian Mckay as new members of e Advisory Committee for Scotland. Ofcom has established an advisory committee for each nation of e UK. ese committees offer information and advice to Ofcom on aspects of its work, and of communications in general, which are of. Ofcom Advisory Committee for Scotland Response to BBC Trust consultation on BBC nations' radio, BBC Alba and news and current affairs on TV and online in e devolved nations ‘ e Advisory. ‘ e Advisory Committee for Scotland advises Ofcom about e interests and opinions, in relation to communications matters, of persons living in Scotland.’1 is response from e ACS to e Consumer Scotland Bill draws on e knowledge and expertise of ACS members, and is informed by our individual experience and rough discussion at our meetings. It does not represent e views of Ofcom or its staff. e Ofcom Content Board Member for Nor ern Ireland, Rose y Kelly, and Consumer Panel Member for Nor ern Ireland, Kevin McLhlin, also attend meetings of e Committee by invitation. Similar committees have been established for Scotland, Wales and England. e newly-appointed members of e Advisory Committee for Nor ern Ireland are. Vicki Nash – Communications ket Report Scotland – t 20 meeting Next Generation Services for Older and Disabled People – Ofcom Ofcom’s Advisory Committee for Older and Disabled People has today published research into e benefits at next generation super-fast broadband could bring to older and disabled people. View details & apply for Non-Executive Directors, Advisory Committee for Scotland job Permanent in Edinburgh posted by Ofcom on CV-Library.co.uk - Ref: 211632091. A response from e Ofcom Advisory Committee for Scotland (ACS) e BBC’s News and Current Affairs (NCA) consultation states at content specifically aimed at e nations and regions is excluded from its remit. ACS is astonished at given long-standing devolution in Scotland, Wales and Nor ern Ireland, any contemporary terms. Ofcom Advisory Committee for Wales. Response to BBC Trust Review: BBC National Radio Stations in Wales Page 1 of 2 Ofcom Wales Advisory Committee. Advice Submitted to Ofcom Regarding: e BBC Trust Review of e BBC’s National Radio Stations. in Scotland. 31, · new Scotland Content Board member. Liz Leonard, formerly of BBC Scotland, has been appointed as Ofcom Scotland Advisory Committee Chair. 8. OOL 8.1 e Committee considered a presentation on BBC Content’s Out-of-London strategy, including consideration of e new Ofcom OOL quotas for Network TV. In Ofcom’s advisory committee for Wales aded Deryn Consulting a contract to monitor e National Assembly for Wales and Welsh Government. It was subsequently reported at e contract had not been put out to tender and at Huw Roberts and Nerys Evans held positions for bo Deryn and Ofcom. 2.4 Ofcom welcomes e opportunity to comment on e Royal Society of Edinburgh’s report, Digital Scotland . Ofcom’s Advisory Committee for Scotland (ACS) has also made its submission to e consultation on e report which we refer to below. Given at e ACS is independent from Ofcom and provides comment which. Committee Meetings 26 Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee Meeting . Date: 26 Meeting, ursday 05 ember . Location: A virtual meeting and broadcast on www.scottishparliament.tv.. Negotiation of e future relationship between e European Union and e UK Government: e Committee will take evidence from—. After several iterations and agreement by e Scotland Committee, Cycling UK’s Trustee Board met in y and signed off a proposal for a National Advisory Committee for Scotland. roughout e process of developing ese proposals, e committee have discussed (at leng!) questions such as. along wi Scotland and Nor ern Ireland, on e main Ofcom Board, e Content Board and e Consumer Panel. It also supported e proposal at Ofcom offices should be established in e ree countries. e justification for such provisions remains powerful. 1.2 Political structures e governance of e UK is now more complex. ird meeting of e CES(IM) Board, : agenda, Liz is based in Glasgow and currently is Chair of Ofcom’s Advisory Committee for Scotland. Jean Lindsay Board member. Jean is an HR professional wi a background mainly in e Public Sector, and also brings wi her a weal of experience in Change Management, Corporate Affairs. Construction and procurement of ferry vessels in Scotland. Papers for Meeting, Wednesday 26 ust (2,578 KB) Official Report of Meeting 26 ust . Minutes for Meeting, 26 ust , (64 KB pdf) Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee Meeting Papers and Official Reports . Ofcom has appointed nine members to its Advisory Committee for England. e Committee has been established to provide advice to Ofcom (and o er committees established by Ofcom) about e. of Scottish-specific requirements which Ofcom fulfils, e most relevant being to: Establish and maintain a arate office in Scotland (and e o er UK nations) Establish an Advisory Committee for Scotland to provide advice to Ofcom about e interests and opinions of persons living in Scotland. e group will provide an opportunity to consider how best Scotland can maximise e social and economic benefits derived from e development of digital technologies. Minutes. Minutes of Meeting 21 uary (141KB pdf) Minutes of Meeting 23 April (200KB pdf) Ofcom - secretary. Advisory Committee for Scotland. Angus Council. e Committee took evidence from Andrew Dixon, Chief Executive of Creative Scotland, at its meeting on 15 ember 20. Local newspaper industry e Committee took evidence from a number of stakeholders relating to e state of e Scottsih local newspaper industry and published a . Discuss e potential impact of changes and e distinct needs of people in Scotland. Minutes of Meeting 26 February (86KB pdf) Minutes of Meeting 24 April (133KB pdf) Ofcom. Ofcom Advisory Panel. Communication Workers Union. Royal Mail. Non-Executive Directors, Advisory Committee for Scotland EdinburghCompetitive Purpose of e Role Ofcom is e independent regulator and competition au ority for e UK communications industries, wi responsibilities across television, radio, postal services, telecommunications and wireless communications services. e Scotland Committee is responsible for advising e Board on e BBC’s performance and services in Scotland and whe er it meets e needs of audiences and delivers e BBC’s mission. e Ofcom Content Board and Consumer Panel Members for Wales (Sue Balsom and Simon Gibson respectively) will also attend meetings of e Committee. For e first year, e Committee will be chaired by Rhodri Williams. Similar committees are also being established for Scotland. Non-Executive Director - Advisory Committee for Scotland Ofcom. Feb – Present 2 years 9 mon s. Scotland. Founder DPFC Training Ltd. – Present 7 years mon s. Glasgow, United Kingdom. I am a Business Consultant based in Central Scotland wi over 30 years experience.Title: Management Consultant DPFC Ltd. 9.3 e Chairman of e Scotland Committee reported on e most recent meeting of e 9.4 e Chairman of e Wales Committee reported on its most recent meeting. e Committee had met wi e Director, Ofcom Wales and e Chair, Ofcom Wales Advisory Committee in addition to its standard business. AOB .1 ere was no o er business. e Wales Committee is responsible for advising e Board on e BBC’s performance and services in Wales and whe er it meets e needs of audiences and delivers e BBC’s mission, public. approaching such bodies as Disability Actionand Ofcom’s Advisory Committee on Older and Disabled People (see paragraph 3.4). 1.7 If is plan is required in an alternative format (such as large. All members of, and advisers to, e Scottish Advisory Committee on Distinction Ads must be familiar wi, and have regard to, e provisions of e Code of Conduct. SACDA Committee Members must adhere to e E ical Standards in Public Life etc (Scotland) Act 2000 (Register of Interests) Regulations 2003. Ofcom Scotland Advisory Committee in ember 2005. Matters discussed included accountability, media literacy and digital switchover. In its discussions e Council was critical of recent changes to e BBC wea er map. Members sought assurances from management on how consultations had been carried out prior to implementation. e England Committee is responsible for advising e Board on e BBC’s performance and services in England and whe er it meets e needs of audiences and delivers e BBC’s mission, public. It also ensures at e BBC complies wi its complaints framework, and views findings and directions from Ofcom wi regard to editorial matters, and compliance wi e Ofcom Broadcasting Code. Advisory Committee for Scotland. Advisory Committee for Wales. Community Radio Fund Panel. Ofcom Spectrum Advisory Board (OSAB) Broadcast Licensing Committee. Controversies Expenditure. Ofcom has received criticism for incurring unnecessary costs as a result of extravagant ames-side offices and a top-heavy salary bill,  for. •Administer Ofcom Advisory Committee for Scotland meetings: draft agendas, prepare and issue papers, produce PowerPoint presentations, take minutes and organise catering and Title: People and Organisational .